The Zula Inn Aparthotel features nine self-contained bungalows, all with views of our lush tropical garden and pool. Set back from the road in a quiet location, the hotel is only a two min walk to the white sandy surf beach of Playa Santa Teresa and it's consistent year round waves.
A very comfortable option for families with children or friendly travelers. The room 2 bedrooms, 2 A.C's, 2 double beds and a single bed, Full equipped kitchen, Cable T.V, Ceiling fan, Private bath w/ Hot water, Balcony overlooking the gardens and swimming pool.
From the moment we arrived Rotem and Avi made us feel at home. The bungalows are peaceful (slept well every night) and well maintained, the pool area is relaxing, and the coffee is always on — we loved it. Besides that they were both incredibly gracious and helpful with all of our needs and whims — we wanted to learn to surf, Rotem found us the best surfing instructor around (Amit), we wanted an ATV for the day, Avi set it up and off we went. We didn't feel like we were staying at an Inn, we felt like we were staying with friends. Also, they choose great people to stay here: we became friends with our bungalow neighbors and they helped us find an awesome surf photographer to document our surf lessons, and we all chatted by the pool about life and food. Great experience!
Zula was a great place to stay. We have a baby and they put us in a nice quiet corner and even had a crib for us. With AC, wifi, a well equipped kitchen, hammock, fans, tv, free coffee and a nice pool this place is a great value. Only down side is it is a bit of a walk to get anywhere, but that means its more secluded. The owner and staff were friendly and helpful. The landscaping was awesome and you have to eat at the zula restaurant... amazing stuff! The near by beach was nice and had decent surf.
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My name is Rotem, I'm from Israel - live in Costa Rica since 2003. Owner of the Zula Inn Aparthotel and the Zula Restaurant in Santa Teresa. Love surfing and exploring....